Nadijah Robinson is interested in unofficial and popular histories, science fiction, oral stories, and the prevailing narratives of particular groups shifting through time. Her artwork is a visual record, archiving stories in search for a sense of rootedness, and for a hand in creating histories. Her ongoing series Black Infinity explores more vulnerable aspects of anti-Black racism, with a sense of magical realism and infinite potential. Nadijah Robinson is a multidisciplinary artist, graphic designer and curator.
That’s So Gay is the Gladstone Hotel’s annual gay pride art exhibition that explores themes around sexuality, gender and identity. That’s So Gay 2013 is curated by Elisha Lim and runs from June 12th to July 28th on the 3rd and 4th floors. Opening reception June 27th from 7pm to 10pm.